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Cow! - S.M.N. - Smile Your Tears Away (CD, Album)

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  1. Don’t want no tears shed for me when I’m gone Don’t want nobody to sing no melancholy song Don’t want your partin’ words to become my eulogy Just have a ragtime band to play when you say goodbye to me. Keep that whiskey flowin’, boys, and raise your glasses high I’m pleased to see you’re here to say “Farewell” and not.
  2. Jun 26,  · This is Dylan's 39th album, it was released on 19 June, and it has already had 34, chart sales with 29, purchased on CD. Amazing: Bob Dylan's new Rough And Rowdy Ways has become his ninth.
  3. Mar 01,  · Frank Sinatra,Nat King Cole,Dean Martin Best Songs Collection - Duration: The Legend Songs , views.
  4. Been pampered all your life but words can't cut like a knife and when they do: Your tears, my smile! You cry! Like a five-year-old child at the drop of a dime I see the welling in your eyes You cheat! You're cheating on repeat you're hollow on the inside but you think you've got it beat.
  5. Nov 02,  · Conceived, recorded, and ultimately abandoned in and , SMiLE was to be something like Brian Wilson's Sgt. Pepper's, his attempt to make the great art-pop album .
  6. How Deep Is Your Love - From "Saturday Night Fever" Soundtrack: I Close My Eyes (Live) In My Own Time (Live) Cucumber Castle (Live) More Than A Woman - From "Saturday Night Fever" Soundtrack: How Deep Is Your Love (Supreme Beings of Leisure remix) How Deep Is Your Love - Supreme Beings Of Leisure Remix:
  7. Sun Worship Kingdom by Brainswitch, released 13 March 1. From the Sleep 2. Bow Down to the Sun 3. Sometimes Comes the Mother, Sometimes the Wolf (feat. Mike Armine) 4. Ethereal 5. Deadrose Ritual 6. Breathe the Light 7. Psithurism Astronauts 8. Ephemerality 9. How to Create Universe How to Destroy Universe Brainswitch is a post-metal quintet from Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
  8. The Cowboy Rides Away: Live from AT&T Stadium is a live album released by George Strait in The title refers to the fact that this concert was the final performance of his final tour "The Cowboy Rides Away Tour" on June 7, in Arlington, Texas. , people were in attendance, the largest ever single-show attendance at a U.S. stadium.

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